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Paul s Letter to the Romans by Colin G. Kruse

Title Paul s Letter to the Romans
Author Colin G. Kruse
Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release 2012-06-14
Category Religion
Total Pages 627
ISBN 0802837433
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In this Romans commentary Colin Kruse shows how Paul expounds the gospel against the background of God's sovereign action as creator, judge, and redeemer of the world. --from publisher description.

Paul s Letter to the Romans by Ben Witherington III

Title Paul s Letter to the Romans
Author Ben Witherington III
Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release 2004-03-02
Category Religion
Total Pages 421
ISBN 9780802845047
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Witherington gleans fresh insights from reading the text of Paul's epistle in light of early Jewish theology, the historical situation of Rome in the middle of first century A.D., and Paul's own rhetorical concerns.

Paul s Letter to the Romans by J. A. Ziesler

Title Paul s Letter to the Romans
Author J. A. Ziesler
Publisher Trinity PressIntl
Release 1989
Category Religion
Total Pages 382
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Includes text of Romans in English.

The Letter to the Romans by William Barclay

Title The Letter to the Romans
Author William Barclay
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
Release 1957
Category Bible
Total Pages 244
ISBN 9780664237837
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Theology of Paul s Letter to the Romans
Author Klaus Haacker
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release 2003-11-27
Category Religion
Total Pages 183
ISBN 9780521435352
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Compelling introduction to the theology of Paul's Letter for teachers, pastors, and students of theology.

Paul s Letter to the Romans by J. C. O'Neill

Title Paul s Letter to the Romans
Author J. C. O'Neill
Publisher Penguin Group
Release 1975
Category Bible
Total Pages 315
ISBN 9780140218107
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The Epistle of Paul to the Romans has always been regarded as central to the history and expansion of the Christian Church. Yet, with its apparent support of predestination (which mocks morality) and of civil authority, however tyrannical, it has been the subject of fierce controversy among commentators from Chrysostom in the fourth century to Dodd in our own. For the most part, however, they have accepted that Romans was written by one man at one time to one audience. The author, however, challenges the truth of this assumption. He maintains, both in principle and in detail, that the process of copying from manuscript to manuscript has allowed numerous glosses and interpolations to creep into the text of Paul's letter as it was finally established. He also claims that even longer sections not written by Paul were deliberately added. The words of Romans are not necessarily the words of Paul.

Paul s Letter to the Romans by Peter Stuhlmacher

Title Paul s Letter to the Romans
Author Peter Stuhlmacher
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
Release 1994-01-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 269
ISBN 9780664252878
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In this book, Peter Stuhlmacher stresses the Old Testament and postbiblical Jewish traditions as the primary backdrop to Paul's thought, as these traditions were known by Paul himself or mediated to him through Jesus and the early church. The themes of the righteousness of God and the corresponding justification of both Jews and Gentiles are viewed as the center of Romans. Finally, Stuhlmacher seeks to place the apostle's theology within its historical context. He overcomes the false dichotomy that has often characterized the study of Romans, mediating between the view that it is a general theological treatise that functions as Paul's last testament to his Christian faith, on the one hand, and the view that it is one particular and occasion-bound expression of Paul's thinking.

Introducing Romans by Richard N. Longenecker

Title Introducing Romans
Author Richard N. Longenecker
Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release 2011-03-25
Category Religion
Total Pages 490
ISBN 0802866190
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Introducing Romans, a kind of introduction-ahead-of-time to Richard Longenecker's forthcoming commentary on Romans, is a major achievement in its own right, the fruit of at least fifty years of scholarship on the apostle Paul and on Romans in particular. It can stand alone as an indispensable handbook for anyone venturing to write a commentary of one's own or for anyone who wants to teach or understand that classic letter. Above all, Longenecker succeeds admirably in putting the many issues surrounding Romans in the broadest possible historical context, encompassing not just recent fashions but the legacy of centuries. Seasoned scholars and beginning students alike have every reason to be grateful. J. Ramsey Michaels, Missouri State University.

Title The Textual History of the Letter to the Romans
Author Harry Y. Gamble
Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release 1977
Category Religion
Total Pages 151
ISBN 9780802816702
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This volume is a thorough and detailed study of the transmission of this letter in the early church, with a consideration of the shorter forms that circulated at various times and areas during the first centuries of the Church." - Bruce Metzger "Gamble examines the structure and composition of the New Testament letter in a way that not only contributes to the understanding of Romans, but is also of great value for Pauline studies in general. He shows himself master of the details of this intricate problem and of work on the Pauline letters as a whole." - G. D. Kilpatrick

The Letter to the Romans by Sigve K. Tonstad

Title The Letter to the Romans
Author Sigve K. Tonstad
Publisher
Release 2017-09-18
Category Bible
Total Pages 452
ISBN 9781910928202
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

'What God has joined together, let no one put asunder' is a motto for this commentary. Against a prevailing theological tradition that God's compassion is for human beings only and not also for non-human creation and the earth, Tonstad raises his voice in protest. The 'sundering' omissions are so monumental that only a renewed reading of Romans from the ground up can hope to undo them. If we read Romans through the eyes of Tonstad, Paul will be found to be speaking about the faithfulness of Christ and not only about faith in Christ; to be describing sin in societal terms and not only as a problem of individuals; his enigmatic 'I' in Romans 7 can be understood as telling the story of Eve and not only rehashing his own biography; and Paul will be seen to give voice to non-human creation and the earth to a degree that is elsewhere heard in the Bible only in the Old Testament and, of course, hardly ever in the pulpit or the seminary. The theology of Romans will turn out to be an inclusive theology of divine compassion rather than a theology of divine sovereignty, arbitrarily exercised. On the theological foundation of compassion, Paul outlines an ethical vision of compassion in human community, with regard to citizenship and government, and in the mixed fellowship of Jews and Gentiles in the house churches in Rome. Paul's ecological bona fides are inseparable from his theological vision and not an imposition from without; his call to mercy blends with the best and most urgent sentiments of contemporary ecologists. In the striking reciprocity between theology and ecology in Romans, Paul puts on display what God has joined together, and, better still, what God has done to join together all that is asunder.

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